Dinesh: Like many of us, I too have the Bootmgr is missing. In my case I was slowly moving everything from Win XP Pro to Win 7. I partitioned my boot drive and installed Win 7 on the second partition and then would normally boot to XP, but since I had a menu option at boot up to boot to either XP or 7, I could choose which OS to boot too. I made a backup image of the Windows 7 partition only when I was ready to move to 7, with Ghost, and imaged a new Hard Drive. At boot I got the missing Bootmgr error. I found this forum and tried to follow Fix-4, however when I typed cd boot and hit enter, nothing was found. I did a DIR and saw that there is no Boot directory on C:\ drive. There was a Boot directory under Windows. (c:\windows\boot). I did not try the 3 bootrec commands in that directory since you specifically said to launch the Boot directory in C:\. Could it be that in Windows 7 (Ultimate) there is no Boot directory in C:\? By the way, I had previously tried to do a Windows 7 repair that did not work, thus your fix was my next try. Any ideas why I don't have a Boot directory on my boot drive (C:\) and how to repair my OS?